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Old 05-13-2010, 08:32 PM   #15
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We feel your pain Devoman. We found the same situation a few months ago on our 2004 28' Int. I have been working on re-sealing everything on the rear of the AS thinking that the water was coming from above. So the bumper seam is next. We have also had to replace the city water inlet twice in the last two years due to leaking from the seam in the housing of the inlet assembly. I have started using an external pressure regulator and have not experienced any failures since. I have also had good luck with using blue painters tape along the seams to help with clean-up when using Acryl-R. I always try to remove the tape within a day or two. The tape seams to be more difficult to remove if you leave it on for longer than that.

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Old 05-14-2010, 09:54 PM   #16
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Work

Well I finished putting on the Aluminum Belt back on.I sealed the bottom and also put sealant in the screw holes.I plan to put more sealant around the screws before I put the center chrome belt in.Now all I need to do is put Parbond on the top of the beltline and I am done.I will be taping everything off before I do this and hopefully be done.

And if you are wondering how I smoothed out the Tempro 636.I got a glass of water and added some dishwash liquid in it to help my finger slide a bit easier.It work out pretty good for me.
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looks go dude!

i saw the "chrome insert" for sale in a 3m branded package today at an car/truck accessory store.

exactly the same stuff we have and with the 2sided tape PRE applied.

about 20$ for 8 or 10 feet, i've forgotten what a/s charges for that stuff.

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Old 05-15-2010, 07:05 PM   #18
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Finally Finished

Finally finished it today.I think it turned out pretty good myself.
I decided to go with the Parbond in the tube.I can say that this stuff dries pretty quickly on the outside forming a thin layer so you have to be fast when laying this down.Another thing is do not use soap and water to smooth this stuff out.Just use water.
Well I taped it off with blue painters tape and then laid down the Parbond.Once I did that and then smoothed it out I took the tape off as fast as I could.There were a couple areas that the sealer missed and were pin head sized so I went back and taped and sealed those up.Now that I am finished with that I am now going to start working on the belly pan again.
In the picture you will see how I had it taped off.The others are the end results with the seal in place.
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Old 05-21-2010, 07:44 PM   #19
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Great Job Devoman!!! I guess I will start on ours when we return from Alumapalooza. I will definately refer back to this thread before I begin. Great tips!!
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Old 07-12-2010, 09:09 PM   #20
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Belly

Finally finished the belly pan in the rear.I have not had time time in a while and was able to get on it the last couple days ago.All is good now.Now on to other simple upgrades.
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Old 10-10-2010, 09:13 PM   #21
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Been a while for an update.

Well...I ordered the chrome belt from Out of mart.It was worth it and they actually refunded some money back because shipping was cheaper to send it to me.It got here in about 3 days.It was really easy to put on.Just peel and stick.I cleaned the area with some mineral spirits and a little hand brush before I did this.
All is done.Now on to washing the Awning.It is looking a bit rough.
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